As we have already pointed out, you may travel by plane without any restrictions. You can fly on commercial airlines without restriction during your first and second trimesters, but during your third trimester you may run into some RESTRICTIONS.
If your pregnancy is NORMAL and HEALTHY, it is absolutely safe to fly during the most part of it. Of course, you’ll need to talk to your obstetrician or wife that you’re planning to travel by plane. They’ll know exactly what advice to give you and if there are any risks in your case.
Suppose you planned to TRAVEL BY PLANE and have already bought a ticket but found out that you’re PREGNANT. However, you’re not certain whether it would be a good idea to go ahead with your planned trip.
If you are one of the many who suffer from flight anxiety, then you will know full well the feelings of terror leading up to an up and coming flight. The fear of flying can present itself in all sorts of forms, from sweating palms to full on anxiety attacks where your heart pounds and… Read more »
Are you one of those people who shudder to think about getting on an airplane simply because you just know that you’ll feel horrible from departure to arrival? Do you happen to be forced to put up with MOTION SICKNESS or even PAINFUL EARACHES whenever you fly? Than, I bet you could use some tips,… Read more »
The never-ending issue of jet lag seems to have been given a SOLUTION. At last! And it also appears that you will finally be able to eliminate your jet lag provided you resort to a simple and eerily common activity which all of us take for granted each and every single day. Anyway, to put… Read more »
Try to accommodate your body clock to the new time zone a few days before you depart. This means that if you’re traveling east, you may go to sleep earlier. Start by shifting it a half-hour earlier every night for several nights in a row before you leave.
Any frequent traveller who has crossed three or more time zones suffered from jet lag. Jet lag is in fact temporary disruption of normal circadian rhythm caused by high-speed travel across several time zones typically in a jet aircraft, resulting in fatigue, disorientation, and disturbed sleep patterns. What if you were able to REDUCE or, why not,… Read more »
If you’ve been feeling very TIRED and sometimes CONFUSED after having flying a very long distance, than you’re certainly suffering from jet lag. This is not exactly a medical condition. It is rather a physiological one and basically results from the modifications that occur in the body’s circadian rhythms during such a long and tiring… Read more »
Meditate. Or, to put it differently, find a way to control your thoughts. You may try to think about something that makes you feel good, or at least something that will make you forget about your creeps. You may also consider listening to yourself breathe, say the alphabet backwards or count to 1,000.
1. Don’t keep your fear of flying a secret. Inform the cabin crew that you tremble at the thought of getting on the plane. Let them all know, the gate agent, the flight attendant or the passengers around you. You won’t be made a monkey out of yourself if you do that.
Any statistic will inform you that TRAVELING BY PLANE is one of the safest means of transportation. Despite this, let’s say, somewhat universal truth, there is no statistic in the whole wide universe to make you fell more composed, less agitated, worried or even frantic when you have to reach a certain destination by plane.
Most people have to live with a fear of something, and if you happen to know someone saying he/she fears only God or something like that, be sure they’re afraid of facing their own fears. When it comes to FEAR OF FLYING, there are two basic paths one can follow, as it happens with any kind… Read more »
Would it be a good idea to opt for a red-eye flight when traveling with your children? What do you think?
How about taking JOY in your future red-eye flight and not just take it patiently? Just take account of the following tips and make the most of your time in the air. You’ll not only manage to adjust to the NEW TIME ZONE you’ve just flown but you’ll also be able to get through the… Read more »
If you’re under the impression that getting off an airplane after having traveled all night long will make you look as if you’ve just got out of bed, you’re TOTALLY WRONG. You can and will look like a million bucks after a red eye flight – you just need to follow some simple and common… Read more »